Elephant Orphanage Project featured on major UK TV Channel ITV’s Paul O’Grady Animal Orphans: Tuesday 14 Jan, 9-10pm
EOP rescued elephant orphans, 6 month old Nkala and 2 year old Suni, star in this exciting ITV program about animal rescue and rehabilitation in Africa.
Paul visits the Lilayi Elephant Nursery where a very excited Paul meets a group of baby elephants whose parents have been killed by poachers. Paul helps take the elephants for a walk in the bush and falls head over heels for a six month old calf called Nkala.
Nkala was found wandering through a Zambian village alone when he was just three months old and would not have survived if he’d not been brought to the nursery. Paul takes Nkala under his wing and helps to bottle feed him, wash him and put him to bed. He also meets two year old Suni who is still recovering after being attacked by the poachers who killed her parents.
The episode airs on Tuesday 14 Jan 2014 9-10pm
Please help us continue to look after Zambia’s orphaned elephants here.
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